Wow, talk about going out of your way to revive a dead topic.
If I remember correctly at the time I created this thread TAN wasn’t using Hulu as their primary streaming partner to make shows available, and as such there was very little in the way of TAN shows available on Hulu. Also, it usually requires a Hulu Plus account to be able to watch the TAN shows that are available on Hulu on a PS3 anyhow (I’m not sure if there are exceptions, as I have the Hulu Plus account). I created this thread more in response to the fact that there was an iPhone app that had access to nearly everything, including dubbed versions, that was on the site and the laptop I was using at the time was having enough problems that trying to watch a subbed show in SD was difficult and problematic.
As for the present time, I’d still appreciate the PS3 app if it let me have access to everything on the site, including dubbed versions, as I do have a subscription to TAN. Oh, and since you apparently don’t know, those of us who subscribe don’t watch stuff through the Hulu Player, we’re still getting TAN’s Anime Player, which allows us to watch everything without commercials. As far as stuff being edited, that’s something to take up with Sentai and the other companies who are doing the translation and localization work. I do know that although when you watch Demon King Daimao here it is edited if you buy the series, barring making it a point to buy the edited version, what you get on DVD will be un-edited.
I mostly have the Hulu Plus account for stuff that can’t be streamed through another source (such as shows that are being brought to the states by NISA, I’ve actually subscribed to Funimation themselves as there are full series available on their site for streaming, both subbed and dubbed, that you might only have a couple of eps or only subs for on Hulu, even with the Hulu Plus account, and then I also don’t have to fight with the commercials), although I’ve been rather restricted in my anime watching of late, mostly because I’ve been having internet problems, the current modem I have is an unstable piece of crap (well, it’s firmware is anyhow) so I haven’t been able to even think about watching any interesting subbed shows or even work on my Rosetta Stone course for Japanese (which when I finish it I’ll be able to multi-task the show whether it’s in subbed or dubbed, and I’ll love that, not to mention being able to enjoy dating sims that are straight from Japan instead of needing to hope the really interesting ones get translated). Heck, that internet problem means that TAN and Netflix are the only place with players that can maintain a sufficient buffer on my current laptop (who is a rather high specced gal) without major problems, I can’t use my PS3 or my Wii U, and the player on Funimation keeps crashing because of the unstable connection I’m currently fighting with. Since I can’t watch subbed shows reliably else where I haven’t even tried Crunchyroll, but hopefully the problems can finally be taken care of the next time the technicians come out, then I can watch subbed shows again, work on my Rosetta Stone course again, do the online course work for my job, and play some FFXIV.